FTR #141 This broadcast is the third interview with Wesley J. Smith, the author of Forced Exit: The Slippery Slope From Assisted Suicide to Legalized Murder (Times Books, copyright 1997). Focusing on Oregon's Proposition 16 (the first euthanasia law in the United States), Mr. Smith points out how, in practice, the law has already proceeded very far down the "slippery slope." Portrayed as a last-ditch measure to relieve extreme suffering of terminally-ill patients, who have been in... Topic: Euthanasia
FTR #117 The co-author (with Ralph Nader) of several books about consumer advocacy, Wesley J. Smith has written Forced Exit: The Slippery Slope From Assisted Suicide to Legalized Murder (Times Books, copyright 1997), a volume that Mr. Emory believes is one of the most important books ever written. This broadcast presents an overview of Mr. Smith's book. Beginning with discussion of the "work" of serial killer Jack Kevorkian, the interview highlights the fundamental changes in medical... Topic: Euthanasia
FTR #124 In addition to reviewing material from FTR-117, the broadcast sets forth additional material from Smith's book Forced Exit: The Slippery Slope From Assisted Suicide to Legalized Murder (hardcover edition, Times Books, copyright 1997). Particular emphasis is on Peter Singer, a bio-ethicist recently appointed to the faculty of Princeton University. A champion of the "Right to Die Movement," Singer's views have been compared with those of social philosophers whose work paved the... Topics: Euthanasia, Aktion T-4
FTR #32 Part I As the debate over physician assisted suicide intensifies in the United States and elsewhere, it is increasingly important to understand some of the far-reaching political implications of this issue. This program focuses on the relationship between the international eugenics movement and the international euthanasia movement, as well as their seminal influence on the Nazi racial laws and extermination programs. The Third Reichâs racial laws were profoundly influenced by American... Topics: Eugenics, Euthanasia, Genocide, Nazi
An Australian naval officer briefs his wife on how to commit suicide when the radiation arrives after a nuclear war in the northern hemisphere. 3 minutes of hard truth to ponder. http://on_the_beach.imdb.nodes.org Topics: nuclear war, euthanasia, radiation
M-12 (ONE STEP BEYOND 3/13/88) Highlights the evolution of the Third Reich's extermination programs from the "mercy killing" of handicapped children to the Auschwitz death factory. The Nazi liquidations are exposed as a direct outgrowth of the international eugenics and mental hygiene movements, both mainstream movements with important implications for contemporary society. Topics: Euthanasia, Genocide, Auschwitz, Eugenics, Nazi
FTR #32, Part II In Nazi Germany, the extermination programs which resulted in the horrors of Auschwitz began with the "T-4" euthanasia program. The precedent that opened the door for state-authorized killing and that led to the euthanasia program and the extermination of the Jews and others was the Knauer case. In the Knauer case, Hitler authorized the termination of a seriously deformed infant at the request of its parents. This program examines the issue of physician-assisted... Topics: Auschwitz, Eugenics, Euthanasia, Genocide, Nazi
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CMS copy in folder: Public Laws / Bills / House / 105th Congress / 1st Session / 1997 Topics: Assisted suicide, Euthanasia, Medicare, Medicaid
The unedited live mix of the Church of Euthanasia's classic club stomper, "Save the Planet, Kill Yourself," featuring Chris Korda's infamous effects processor loop technique. An edited version of this live mix was released on the B side of the original 1995 Kevorkian Records vinyl, and also on the B side of International Gigolo 005. Mixed by Chris Korda and Kevin Roche. Topics: electro, techno, Church of Euthanasia
FTR #34 The growing problem of the poor and homeless in the United States is the backdrop against which this program sets forth the analysis of the SS's "solution" to the problem of the "asocial." Just as American reactionaries are calling for state institutions to confiscate the children of chronically poor "welfare mothers" and the urban American gentry is calling for "something" to be done to get the homeless off the streets, Nazi Germany responded to... Topics: Auschwitz, Euthanasia, Genocide, Nazi, SS
Beneath the Surface with Paul Murano"Mental Illness and Suicide"Guests: Kathleen Laplante, suicide survivor Mary X, mental health provider Bob L, philosopherHear Kathleen's story about surviving her father's suicide as well as her own attempt; and her new-found hope and change of attitude. Topics: mental illness, suicide, beneath, surface, euthanasia
Beneath the Surface with Paul MuranoMarch 10, 2013"Mental Illness, Suicide, and Depression"Guests: Kathleen Laplante, suicide survivor Mary X, mental health provider Bob L, philosopherHear Kathleen's important story of surviving her father's suicide as well as her own, and how her life and attitude have drastically changed for the good. Topics: beneath, surface, murano, mental, suicide, euthanasia, depression
Quel être humain n'a pas un jour rêvé d'effacer le passé? Tel sera le rêve de Théo, un ouvrier retraité victime d'un accident de voiture suite à une rencontre avec Christian. La violence du choc laissera Théo presque pour mort, dans un coma qui lui fera revivre une jeunesse perdue dans un univers onirique Sufferentia is in many respects an artistic transition between love and death. Topics: Drame, drama, Pratte, fantastic, euthanasie, euthanasia
This is the entire album as a single file, with log and cue sheet. The album is also available as individual tracks. This version includes the original "Nothing". On the International Deejay Gigolo version (Gigolo 115), all drums and percussion were removed from "Nothing". Tracks 2, 3, 7, 11, 12 mixed by C. Korda and Kevin Roche. All others mixed by C. Korda, Kevin Roche and Marilyn Fontenrose. Tracks 1 written by The Oracles, lyrics by Dan Martinez. Track 2 written by Andy... Topics: electro, techno, polymeter, Church of Euthanasia
This is an experimental breakbeat version of "Fleshdance", recorded in 2006 but never released. The snare, hi-hat and percussion parts were created by remapping the original version's organ part. Topics: electro, techno, Church of Euthanasia, Fleshdance, cannibalism
The previous General Moral material was straight-forward noisecore/grind. the Smell of People is slightly different - it features twisted electronic beats and more weird noises. Less grind, more smell. Released by Evil Scientist Records. Topics: euthanasia, dada, noise, grind, experimental, esr-catalog
This version includes the original "Nothing". On the International Deejay Gigolo version (Gigolo 115), all drums and percussion were removed from "Nothing". The album is also available as a single file. Tracks 2, 3, 7, 11, 12 mixed by C. Korda and Kevin Roche. All others mixed by C. Korda, Kevin Roche and Marilyn Fontenrose. Tracks 1 written by The Oracles, lyrics by Dan Martinez. Track 2 written by Andy Baraf, lyrics by Dan Martinez. Tracks 5, 10 written by Andy Baraf. All... Topics: electro, techno, polymeter, Church of Euthanasia
byEnrique Recuero, Diana Sparx, Shmooie Bueno, Reverend Grimes, Guy Woodhouse.
Thinking about Death is at the root of all philosophy and religion. Also social psychology has shown thinking about death can have all kinds of interesting social effects, and we can see how this is used in political marketing. Here at Mindcore we take the attitude taught in the code of the Bushido (the Samurai religion) that a Samurai must meditate on death constantly, so that they may have all the courage to face life. Topics: Death, Morbidity, Mortality Salience, Death Penalty, Euthanasia
LibriVox recording of Letters from a Cat by Helen Hunt Jackson. Read in English by NoelBadrianLetters from a Cat: published by her mistress for the benefit of all cats and the amusement of little children is a collection of letters that a little girl receives from her pet while she is away from home. They tell of her pet’s adventures and misadventures. The book includes a preface which gives a little biography of the cat including its sad demise. H.H. was the alias of Helen Maria Hunt... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, pets, cats, euthanasia of pets
Euthanasia is a painless procedure, and allows us to say a final goodbye when our pet is suffering with incurable painful conditions or is perhaps too old to cope with life. Your home is the best place for your pet to be euthanized. It gives an opportunity for your whole family to interact with your pet in a more intimate way. For more information you can visit us:http://www.vetathome.com.au/services/euthansia Topics: home pet euthanasia service, In Home Pet Euthanasia, in home pet euthanasia Perth. pet euthanasia...
Philosophical observations on death of the self, rational suicide, euthanasia, a duty to die, the death of loved ones, as well as an argument against a justified fear of death Topics: philosophy, death, dying, euthanasia, suicide, rational suicide, duty to die, duty to life, terry...
Battle of Ideas 2010, Lunchtime debates, Royal College of Art, London Speakers: Dr Christian Fiala, medical director, abortion and family planning clinic; founder and director, Museum of Contraception and Abortion David J. Nolan, director of communications, Catholics for Choice, Washington DC John Wyatt, professor of ethics and perinatology and honorary consultant neonatologist, University College London Chair: Ann Furedi, chief executive, British Pregnancy Advisory Service Speakers: The right... Topics: battle of ideas 2010, abortion, choice, refusal clauses, euthanasia
a Sciblogs podcast on physician-assisted suicide looking at the New Zealand situation and efforts to change legislation to make it legal. Topics: euthanasia, end fo life decisions, physician-assisted suicide
FTR #140 This program updates a number of stories in the health and science fields. Beginning with discussion of a bill introduced in the California legislature to permit physician assisted suicide, the broadcast presents analysis by author Wesley J. Smith of flaws in reportage about the Oregon euthanasia law (Prop. 16.) The alleged success of the Oregon law was the moral and intellectual premise for the introduction of similar legislation in California. As Mr. Smith points out, the reportage... Topics: AIDS, Bio Weapons, David Ferrie, Euthanasia, JFK, SV40
FTR #247 The program begins with discussion of the growing power, influence and respectability of the Moon organization. (San Jose Mercury News, 8/19/2000, p. E1.) 1. The quoted article describes "church members elected to state legislatures in the United States; and a global network of businesses, including hotels, newspapers, radio and TV stations, car plants, restaurants and magazines, such as Golf Digest." (Idem.) 2. Speaking of Bayou La Batre (Alabama), the article continues:... Topics: CIA, Deutsche Telekom, Euthanasia, FBI, Japan, Rev. Moon
Battle of Ideas 2010, Frame Debates, Royal College of Art, London Speakers: Dr Stuart Derbyshire, senior lecturer, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham. John Harris, Lord Alliance Professor of Bioethics, University of Manchester; joint editor-in-chief The Journal of Medical Ethics; member, Human Genetics Commission Chair: Ann Furedi, chief executive, British Pregnancy Advisory Service Blurb: From the âpro-lifeâ movement to abortion rights campaigners, from animal rights activists to... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: battle of ideas, 2010, life, sacred, abortion, euthanasia
this film with confusion theme was made this year (2006), containing a sequence of the most relative things on the life of a person, which in this case could be very confusing, is called euthanasia because if you felt like that you probably would like to be killed. For more information about me go to www.elwmd.com or write me to firstname.lastname@example.org Topic: suicide, euthanasia, images, video, movie, short film, insane, madness
LibriVox recording of The Fixed Period by Anthony Trollope. Read in English by volunteer readers This book is set in 1980 in the Republic of Britannula, which is a fictional island near New Zealand. It deals with euthanasia as a radical solution to the problem of the aged. The novel is in the form of a personal account written by the President of Britannula about the island's recent history. It has often been said that when the book came out Trollope had reached the age of 67. Interesting is... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, age, dystopian fiction, euthanasia, elderly, fictional memoir
On Thursday 29th March 2011, Edinburgh University Life Society were delighted to have Brendan O'Neill, editor of internet magazine “Spiked” to talk on the topic of “Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide from a Humanist Perspective” [40 minute talk, 20 minute Q&A] Mr O’Neill introduced the talk by discussing current stories in the media about the ageing population and the fashionable “right-to-die” lobby. He went on to discuss how society has come to see human life as toxic and a... Topics: Brendan O'Neill, Spiked, spiked online, pro-life, prolife, Edinburgh University Life Society,...